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Robot-Compatible Automatic Dry Down Station

Published: Tuesday, September 10, 2013
Last Updated: Tuesday, September 10, 2013
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Porvair will launch UltraVap Mistral at Biotechnica 2013.

Porvair Sciences will officially launch the UltraVap Mistral robot-compatible automatic dry down station at Biotechnica 2013 (Hannover, Germany).

Drawing upon Porvair’s market leading position in nitrogen blow down evaporation - the UltraVap Mistral offers a simple, turnkey solution for integrating an automatic dry down step into users automated liquid handling protocol.

The UltraVap Mistral is fully optimized to work with robotic liquid handling systems from suppliers including Beckman, Hamilton and Tecan and features a new “shuttle” design capable of serving and retrieving microplates to and from the robot deck without further need for off-deck handling.

With a built in color TFT display and easy to use graphical interface, the UltraVap Mistral is Porvair’s most advance evaporator yet.

Integrated method storage for 32 protocols and 5-step evaporation ramp programming combine to make the UltraVap Mistral faster and easier to use than any other blow down evaporator on the market.

A wide choice of needle heads, integrated fume extraction and the possibility to connect multiple units via Ethernet all set the Mistral apart in this class of evaporator.


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